Previously-unreleased Johnny Cash songs coming on new compilation

'Bootlegs 2: From Memphis to Hollywood' is out in February

Previously-unreleased Johnny Cash songs coming on new compilation
A new Johnny Cash compilation featuring previously-unreleased demos and outtakes from his early career is set to be released next month.

'Bootlegs 2: From Memphis to Hollywood' is a two-CD set and will feature 11 demos and seven outtakes from the late singer's time at Sun records, reports Vintagevinylnews.com. Also included will be non-album singles, b-sides and outtakes from his time at Columbia Records from 1958 to 1969.

The full tracklisting has not been released yet, but the compilation has a US release date of February 22. A UK release date has not been scheduled yet.

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